Charles Manson's album One Mind, which he published under a Creative Commons license. Although I could not find the exact CC license he published the album under, the descriptions in articles most closely match Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License. Album downloaded from a demonoid torrent, two of the flacs were checked for purity on EAC spectral analyzer and looked good. Album released in 2005. Articles showing Manson released the album under a Creative Commons... Topic: charles manson
Charles Manson was a songwriter and recording artist in the 1960s and wrote songs and collaborations with the Beach Boys, Buffalo Springfield and further un-noted musical ensembles. This project was recorded in September 1984 on a portable setup. It is unknown whether or not former Black Flag member Henry Rollins produced or collaborated on this mix, but he has claimed to have worked with Manson, specifically in 1984 also. The recording was remixed and professionally mastered in 2012 by... Topics: charles manson, charles, manson
These recordings came from a homemade CD found in a dumpster. I like some of Manson's music, but some of it is pure garbage. His birthplace is Ashland Kentucky Kings Daughter's Hospital. Topics: Charles Manson, Music, Folk music
Riding On Your Fears is an essay that takes a look at a few of the unsolved mysteries surrounding the murders committed by Charles Manson and his infamous “family.” The author asks and seeks to provide answers to such hard questions as, could Manson be considered a true counter-culture revolutionary? Was he a well-intentioned, but ultimately misunderstood guru whose followers took it upon themselves to murder for him? Or was he, as the prosecutor at his murder trial portrayed him, simply a... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Charles Manson murders Tate-Labianca
Track from the CD compilation: "Comin' Down Fast! A gathering of garbage, lies and reflections on Charles Manson". VV.AA. - 1993, Helter Skelter, HS93CD17 - CD Topics: 1993, comin' down fast, charles manson, music
I dagens avsnitt har vi mycket tankar om Bigfoot, Loch Ness-odjuret och Macattack brinner av pÃ¥ lÃ¤nsstyrelsen i JÃ¤mtlands lÃ¤n. SuperC har feber och yrar om Charles Manson och att djur inte svettas. Topics: Bigfoot, Loch Ness-odjuret Charles Manson
Omon Ra plays live at Reflections Cabaret in Halifax. Zachary Fairbrother; Guitar & Vox, Daniel Miller; Guitar & Vox, Chris D'eon; Organ & Vox, Ryan Kirk; Electric Bass, Luke Corrigan; percussion, Joseph McLaughlin; percussion. Topics: Psychedelic, Space, Jam, Charles Manson, experimental
acclaimed writer and occult investigator, Peter Levenda speaks in Amsterdam at a conference about the secret space program http://sinisterforces.info Topics: Peter Levenda, Charles Manson, Jon F Kennedy, occult
byCharles Manson (edited by Keith Christopher Kosiewicz)
Tracks 1-21 are Charles Manson 1967 & 1968 music demo recordings at friend (Beach Boy) Dennis Wilson's home recording studio. Tracks 23-30 and 32&33 are The Family (with Steve Grogan, aka "Clem", on vocals) in 1970 performing songs written by Charles Manson. Tracks 22&31 are Brooks Ponson & Paul Watkins performing their own material for the 1970 "Manson" documentary. 1) Intro 2) Mechanical Man 3) Arkansas 4) Don't Do Anything Illegal 5) People Say You're No... favoritefavoritefavorite ( 11 reviews ) Topic: Charles Manson, Charlie Manson, Keith Christopher Kosiewicz, Anthology 2, Folk
The ParaNet Continuum radio show (November 1999?) hosted by Michael Corbin and featuring part 2 of an interview with investigative reporter Maury Terry, author of The Ultimate Evil: An Investigation into a Dangerous Satanic Cult (Doubleday, 1987). Recorded in-studio at 1280 KRRF (AM), Denver, CO (local broadcast only). Show length 54:37. Topics: David Berkowitz, Charles Manson, ParaNet Continuum, Satanic cults, Maury Terry
The ParaNet Continuum radio show (November 20, 1999?) hosted by Michael Corbin and featuring investigative reporter Maury Terry, author of The Ultimate Evil: An Investigation into a Dangerous Satanic Cult (Doubleday, 1987). Part 1 of the interview concerns a string of unsolved murders across the U.S. Recorded in-studio at 1280 KRRF (AM), Denver CO (local broadcast only). Show length 43:27. Topics: David Berkowitz, Charles Manson, ParaNet Continuum, Maury Terry
The ParaNet Continuum radio show #147 (February 2, 1997) hosted by Michael Corbin and featuring an interview with Bill Nelson discussing the Manson murders and the Zodiac killer. Nelson is the author of Manson: Behind the Scenes (Pen Power Publications, 1997). Show length 53:06. Topics: Charles Manson, Bill Nelson, ParaNet Continuum, Zodiac Killer
James N. Mason (former neo-nazi, and fan of Charles Manson), published a newsletter titled SIEGE in the early 1980s. In 1992, portions of that newsletter were used in the book 'Siege: The Collected Writings of James Mason.' In it, Mason advocated leaderless resistance, calling for autonomous action by individuals rather than an authoritarian hierarchical organization. [note: this book contains neo-nazi propaganda, and may ONLY be used for educational (research-related) purposes.] Topics: James Mason, neo nazi, Charles Manson, siege, antisemitic, propaganda
Charles Manson spoken word edited by Keith Christopher Kosiewicz mid to late 1998. This was edited on MiniDisc from many uncopywrited sources favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Charles Manson, Charlie Manson, Keith Christopher Kosiewicz, MiniDisc
Loosely based on things like an ancient Delphic Hymn and funky disco of the 1970's with other eclectic but cleverly connected themes, 3 contrasting and complimentary tracks created with Reaper demonstrate a new production quality for the future. For some reason reverb trails are cut off when rendering? Will figure that out eventually... Thanks to the manson family for the inspiration and help with production on tracks 1 & 2. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: charles manson, manson family, russian, aleister crowley, electronic, psychadelic, insanity, hellen...
The rollicking thrill-packed new hit TV show "Fun With Guns" with your host Lynette Fromme. One of my more successful early videos. Tasteless but meant in jest. Anybody remember laughter? Topics: Euterpe Jones, guns, arms, Lynette Fromme, Red, Manson Family, Charles Manson, Charlie Manson,...
This 2-Feb-2014 interview with Ben Gurecki is about the Charles Manson album "The Lost Vacaville Tapes", recorded back in 1983-1984 at The Vacaville Medical Facility. Ben talks about his of the repercussions and obstacles in this project as well as the back story on the source material for this vinyl LP. Topics: outsight, radio, hours, This 2-Feb-2014 interview with Ben Gurecki, Charles Manson, Vacaville,...
"Timothy and Charlie” A conceptual play based on fictional discussions between Charles Manson and Timothy Leary in jail together. Highlights from a historical fiction stage drama about Timothy Leary and Charles Manson occupying adjoining cells in prison. Contains abstract dancing and visuals during cut scenes. Some of the subject matter contrasts Timothy and Charles' lifestyle with regard to the Haight-Ashbury, San Francisco scene in the 1960s. Timothy discusses how he tries to live up... Topics: timothy leary, charles manson, plays, historical fiction, drama, prison, 1960s, Timothy Riel
We are joined by Mike from Kissing Contest this week as we all take an empathy test to find out who's the biggest ghoul. We also talk about dissecting cats and stuff. The lightning round is full of serial killer celebrities, insane gothic boxing celebrities, reality show murder and the old timey-est security guard in San Francisco. Also, Jason takes up Parker's challenge to go to a haunted antique shop... with anticlimactic results. Mike tries to soothe Parker's fear of ghosts and only serves... Topics: Pool Party Radio, Pool Party, podcast, Mike Dikk, Kimbo Slice, Empathy, Charles Manson, ghosts, Saw
byCharles Manson (edited by Keith Christopher Kosiewicz)
Prison Recordings (1980s) edited by Keith Christopher Kosiewicz 8/2006. Bob Dylan or Johnny Cash are Barry Manilow and Gary Glitter compared to this Manson's music. Hallways of Always / Try To Find A Win / The Devil Moves In The Dark / Keep On Wondering / Twilight Blues / Wide, Wide, Wide / Dead Grass Growing In The Garden / Boxcar Willie And Big Bad Joe / Sony Sound / Free Now / Play Confusion (All That You Can Do) / The Black Pirate / Shakespeare's Clown / A Peace In Your Heart / Let Me Down... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topic: Charles Manson, Charlie Manson, Keith Christopher Kosiewicz, Anthology 4, Prison Recordings
An affectionate tribute to a diabolically bad movie and a legendary American outlaw, set to the immortal strains of the haunting "Torgo" theme (Charlie Manson "Don't Do Anything Illegal" mix). Topics: Euterpe Jones, MST3K, Torgo, Manos, Manos The Hands Of Fate, Charlie Manson, Charles Manson,...
Holy Terror presents: Dwid Hellion's The Blackest Curse concert: Dom Romeo (a389 records, Pulling Teeth) had his 30th birthday party and invited me to sing several Integrity songs with his band, Pulling Teeth. This is the video from that performance. enjoy -dh Topic: HOLY TERROR PRESENTS: Integrity seasons the blackest curse stephen kasner charles manson dwid...